HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM COUNCIL Employee Reviews
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There are opportunities to grow. Social work is priveledged. There are good working relationships across some teams. Some innovative ideas are considered. There are strong ideas about hierarchy which can lose the voice of front line practitioners at times.
Ongoing development encouraged
Culture of long hours in some teams, others very boundaried
Management and the way things were handled were very poorly. Cannot stand favouritism in organisations Whilst colleagues and fellow team members were great challenging thoughts were not welcome.
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Worked there for a short while thank God. Registration office managers behaviour was appalling towards staff and customers. MOST if not all of the staff team left within a month. Training was absolutely terrible which lead to many mistakes.
My role was to promote and sell waste and recycling contracts to private businesses, hardest part where the hours, but colleagues were friendly and I loved working as part of a team, but also loved having individual goals. Management where hands off, which had its good and bad points, meaning some staff took the liberty with this set up, the most enjoyed part, were meeting the public, as I'm definitely a people person and with me , once you meet me, I'm never forgotten ( in a good way). I learnt to respect young and old and the old saying, treat people, how you would want to be treated.
It could not pay on time and the online system for employment and criminal check is broken. No one fixes it at all. It becomes the employee's responsibility to address the problem and communicate with different departments. The managers from different parties are lacking of communications.
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Enjoyed proof reading, preparing minutes for meetings and Interviewing potential housing officers. This is where I first l was able to assess the needs of vulnerable young people and begun to use my interpersonal skills to give them options to start seeing a bright future.
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